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Our Treatment Partner: Healing Hills Hospital

Healing Hills is a specialist psychiatric facility nestled in the Valley of a Thousand Hills, Kwa Zulu Natal, South Africa. Medical Aid tariffs are accepted and patients are treated in a remarkable building steeped in the history of Kwa Zulu Natal. For more information and contact details, visit www.healinghills.co.za  

Our Treatment Partner : Jullo

Addiction needs a comprehensive set of tools for effective treatment. Our strength lies in an accurate, assessment by experienced professionals complemented by an appropriate bio-psycho-social treatment plan delivered in the most appropriate setting. The 12 step model is encouraged as the spiritual component and patients are free to explore their respective religions. Our experienced, caring

Interesting Video: “Cannabis Inc.”

Click here to view video Very soon in America marijuana will be slickly branded and sold by men in suits – or at least the multi-million dollar companies they’re setting up to cash in on the state-by-state legalization of dope. It’s happening in states that have long embraced a system enabling the dispensing of medical

Witness: “SA can’t keep drugs out”

Published By: Nivashni Nair | 04 July,  Timeslive.co.za Compounds used to manufacture drugs continue to slip through South Africa’s borders. South Africa’s representative on the UN International Narcotics Control Board, Lochan Naidoo, yesterday said poor training of border control officers and their inability to identify substances used to make illegal drugs were a huge concern

INCB Encourages Abolition of the Death Penalty for Drug-Related Offences

VIENNA, 5 March (UN Information Service) – “Member states are encouraged to consider abolishing the death penalty for drug-related offences”, says Raymond Yans, President of the International Narcotics Control Board (INCB), which recently discussed the issue of the imposition of the death penalty for drug-related offences. INCB reiterates its position highlighted in its Annual Report

Pope Francis Condemns Legalization of Marijuana

(VATICAN CITY) — Pope Francis has come out strongly against the legalization of recreational drugs, lending his voice to the debate which is raging from the U.S. to Uruguay and beyond. Francis told members of a drug-enforcement conference meeting in Rome on Friday that even limited attempts to legalize recreational drugs “are not only highly